Symptoms loss and waiting, My experience (tilted urterus
Hi, I thought I would share a little of what I'm experiencing and see if anyone can relate.
Hi my name is Wendy,
My first pregnancy we lost this year in June (we lost the baby at 9 weeks pregnant and miscarried naturally at 14 weeks. I did not bleed at all or cramp until 3 days before I completely miscarried) . I did not lose my symptoms until after the miscarriage.
I'm now right about 9 weeks pregnant and my first appointment is 2 weeks away.
After having symptoms such as noticeably swollen breasts and heavy nausea throughout the day, I woke up one morning about 2 1/2 weeks ago with no nausea and my breasts seem to have gone down slightly. Since then every once in a while I will feel a little nausea but not like it was before.
I know I could go get my blood drawn and check the levels but I'm scared to do so being so close to the time where the levels start to go down.
I also have a home Doppler but want to wait to use it as long as I can , especially with having a tilted uterus.
I would love to hear if you can relate to what I have experienced ,
and if you have experienced something similar with a healthy birth I would love to hear your story too
Hi Wendy! I have a very similar story and situation. I lost my first pregnancy at 9-10 weeks in september. I found out I am pregnant again and about 7.5 weeks right now and my symptoms have subsided the last 2 days. I am so worried and paranoid. My appt isn't until January 26. Did you have your appt yet?
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